byRichard A. McGee Correctional Training Center Video Production Unit.
California Department of Corrections video. Explores issues facing victims and their families, and includes personal accounts from the victims. Topics: vhs, crime, victims, violence Source: VHS Panasonic AG-1980>Panasonic DMR-E30>CDR via OSX
byD Tapper; Dorothy G Singer; Jerome L Singer; ABC Wide World of Learning
Explains the difference between fantasy action and the real life action shown on news and sports programs. Shows how TV violence is staged and explains why it is dangerous for children to imitate such acts. Topics: Television and children -- Juvenile films, Television -- Psychological aspects -- Juvenile films,...
Director, Paul Leaf; screenplay, Arthur Miller Eli Wallach, Robert Ryan Search Educational Film Journals at Media History Project for references to this film Summary Presents two cronies who sit before an isolated country house and gradually spill forth their personal feelings about the things they have killed. Addresses the impulse toward war, violence and murder, pondering whether man is a violent animal 'programmed' to kill. Features Eli Wallach and Robert Ryan. Written by Arthur Miller. Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Miller, Arthur, 1915-2005, Philosophy, Allegory in literature,... Source: Lasergraphics ScanStation
Santa magically creates a Punch and Judy puppet show to the delight of children at a Christmas party. WARNING! Parents may wish to watch this before exposing innocent eyes to the comic brutality of a Punch and Judy puppet show from the late 1940s - including some very non-PC scenes. Punch & Judy professor/historian Geoff Felix describes the film: The value of this film is that it is a record of a performance by George Prentice whose Punch and Judy show achieved great popularity in Variety... favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 19 reviews ) Topics: Santa, puppet chaos, senseless violence
byBarnouw, Erik, 1908-2001; Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.). Circulating Film Library; International Film Seminars (Firm); Columbia University. Press. Center for Mass Communication
Harvard Film Archive, projection print somewhat scratched, HFA Item no: 9675. From The Amos Vogel Annenberg School of Communications Collection Running time on release was 16 minutes, Cf. OCLC website July 13th, 2009 Search Educational Film Journals at Media History Project for references to this film Summary Shows the destruction brought to Hiroshima and Nagasaki by two atomic bombs in August, 1945. Uses original footage. favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews ) Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, World War (1939-1945), Political violence in mass media, World War,... Source: Lasergraphics ScanStation